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Schubert Arrangements with guitar

Arrangements of Schubert Songs with Classical Guitar accompaniment:


Arrangements from Schubert’s Gesänge der Harfners (Songs of the harpist - including my English singing translation)

     Wer sich der Einsamkeit ergibt (Who gives himself to solitude)

          Low voice and guitar

          Flute and guitar

          Alto Flute and guitar

          Clarinet and guitar               Video

          Cor anglais and guitar



    Wer nie sein Brot mit Tränen ass (Who never ate his bread with     tears)

          Low voice and guitar

          Flute and guitar

          Alto Flute and guitar

          Clarinet and guitar

          Cor anglais and guitar



    An die Türen (I will creep up to the doors)

          Low voice and guitar

          Flute and guitar

          Alto Flute and guitar

          Clarinet and guitar

          Cor anglais and guitar



    All three Gesänge der Harfners (Songs of the harpist)

            Low voice and guitar

            Flute and guitar

            Alto Flute and guitar

            Clarinet and guitar               Video

            Cor anglais and guitar




An die Laute [Leiser, leiser, kleine Laute]

     Soprano or Tenor voice

     Alto or Baritone voice

     Flute

     Alto Flute

     Clarinet


An Silvia (To Sylvia) (Who is Silvia, what is she…)

    Soprano or Tenor Voice (English version - William Shakespeare)

    Soprano or Tenor Voice (German version - Bauernfeld)

    Flute

    Alto Flute

    Clarinet


Der Fischer [The Fisherman]

     Soprano or Tenor voice

     Alto or Baritone voice

     Flute

     Alto Flute

     Clarinet



Du bist die Ruh [You are repose]

     Soprano or Tenor voice

     Alto or Bass/Baritone voice

     Flute

     Alto Flute

     Clarinet



Erlkönig [The Erlking / The Elf king] (accompaniment on 2 guitars)

    German version (Goethe)

       Erlkönig soprano and 2 guitars (G minor)


       Erlkönig tenor and 2 guitars (G minor)


       Erlkönig mezzo/alto and 2 guitars (E minor)


       Erlkönig baritone and 2 guitars (E minor)


   

    English version (after Walter Scott)


        The Erlking soprano and 2 guitars (G minor)


        The Erlking tenor and 2 guitars (G minor)


        The Erlking mezzo/alto and 2 guitars (E minor)


        The Erlking baritone and 2 guitars (E minor)


   


Erlkönig [The Erlking / The Elf king] (accompaniment on 6 guitars)

(easier guitar accompaniment than the above 2 guitar versions)


    German version (Goethe)

        Erlkönig high voice and 6 guitars (G minor)

        Erlkönig low voice and 6 guitars (E minor)


    English version (after Walter Scott)

        The Erlking high voice and 6 guitars (G minor)

        The Erlking low voice and 6 guitars (E minor)



Heidenröslein [Sah ein Knab ein Röslein steh’n]

     Soprano or Tenor voice

     Soprano or Tenor voice (simplified version of guitar part)

     Alto or Bass/Baritone voice

     Flute

     Alto Flute

     Clarinet



Nacht und Träume [Heil’ge Nacht, du sinkest nieder] (also including my English singing translation)

     Soprano or Tenor voice

     Alto or Bass/Baritone voice

     Flute

     Alto Flute

     Clarinet



Ständchen  [Leise flehen meine Lieder] - also known as “Serenade” No 4 of his Schwanengesang

     Soprano or Tenor voice

     Alto or Bass/Baritone voice

     Flute

     Alto Flute

     Clarinet




An die Musik (including my English singing translation)

    alto, guitar

    baritone, guitar

    flute, guitar

    clarinet, guitar

    bassoon, guitar


Schubert’s Ständchen for alto flute and guitar after Theobald Böhm

   (alto flute, guitar)


Schubert’s Ständchen for violin and guitar after Theobald Böhm

   (violin, guitar)


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